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Wadebridge Town 2-2 Newquay

Both teams enjoyed a useful workout on Saturday, Wadebridge took the lead in the 24th min when the ball was played to Glen Squires and his curling shot beat Luke Payne in the Newquay goal. It did not take long for Newquay to pull level, when a hopeful cross from the left, beat the defence for the easiest chance that Paul Robinson will have this season.

The second half was disrupted by substitions, but it was Newquay that took the lead in the 68th minute when young Conner Jamieson lobbed the Wadebridge Keeper from about 30 yards.

Wadebridge then took the game to Newquay and pulled level on 83 mins when Sam Gerken let fly from just outside the box, Luke Payne could only palm the ball to Paul Grills who duly netted.

An enjoyable game to watch, Good luck to Newquay this season.

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Newquay AFC 2 v 2 Perranporth.

A good run out for Jims latest batch of youngsters, value entertainment for the 110+ crowd who saw through the misty conditions.

Next Match - Godolphin v Wadebridge Tuesday 6.30-7pm ? Unsure of actual ko time as Newquay needed lights due to the misty conditions.

Friday night 7.30pm Perranporth v Wadebridge at Mount Wise, Newquay.

Saturday 31st 3.00pm Newquay AFC v Godolphin at Mount Wise, Newquay.

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Newquay 2 (Ward 34, Middleton pen 65) Perranporth 2 (Davies 73, Hawke 89)

Newquay (4-4-2): Barnes; Bicknell, Bradshaw, Ward, Dean; Rigby, Hartigan, Middleton, Hampshire; Weldhen, Robertson.

Subs: Thompson, Carne, Graham, Birchill.

Perranporth (3-5-2): Burrows; Blatch, Rawlings, Denton; Darke, Hawke, Lawrence, Davies, Harris; Ford, Leets.

Subs: Arquati, Maynard, Cocks, Watts.

Referee: Mr Gary Cornish

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Thought the 2-2 draw was a fare result pity newquay threw away a 2-0 lead but defence errors on both goals paul hampshire real class player newquay will find it hard to hold on to him and young ryan barnes i expect truro or falmouth will come sniffing soon the no14 who came on for newquay looks a real good player but got a bit a attitude.I thought the crowd was dissapointing seeing how well brian was thought of through all the teams in cornwall .Now onto the new saeason newquay need a new centre forward and maybe another striker,but you can see both teams doing well.

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Why do supporters of their own club co me onto this website and try and sell their players to other clubs by stating how good they are and they will struggle to keep hold of them? Paul Hampshire is in his third season at Newquay now and has had tempting offers already. He has shown his commitment to the club so far and hope he continues to do so. He is happy at the club. Ryan is a good young keeper and needs to be playing football, he is doing that at Newquay so why move? He needs confidence and experience which he is getting.

Did someone come on here last pre season and say the same thing, but also added Sean Middleton to their list?

All still at the club.

Good luck to all this season, watch out for the comeback!!! You need to look at the combo forum pages though! ha ha

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Does anybody out there know the result from last nights match between Perranporth and Wadebridge Town, the line ups, scorers, Referee, attendance. Could not make it to the match last night, so any help would be welcomed.

Perranporth 4-1 Wadebridge Can't help with the scorers or line ups sorry, referee was S Tootle, do you want lineos to?? attendance was prob around 50 at a guess. :thumbsup:

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